News from Around the School
The boys look home first place on Sunday, June 2nd by a score of 7-3 over Assumption St. Bridget after defeating St. Joseph in the semi-finals. The team had an outstanding season with 5 wins and no losses.
For the second year in a row, Villa's talented musicians competed in the Music in the Park Festival at Wild Waves Theme & Water Park and brought home 3 trophies.
From MIT to USC, the Villa Class of 2015 will be heading off to college soon, but not before returning for a reunion in the Parlor this week.
The project raised well over $1500 for Charity:Water, a non-profit organization bringing clean and safe drinking water to people in developing countries.
We are proud to announce the names of the graduates of Villa's class of 2019 that were accepted with honors to various high schools
We offer Viking congratulations to Villa Class of 2015 alumnae and recent Holy Names graduates who have signed letters of intent to play their respective sports in college
Holy Names Academy recently announced its valedictorians for the Class of 2019. We're proud that of the twelve students to reach this status, four of them are Villa graduates from the class of 2015
Congratulations to the 8th grade girls Volleyball team for taking home 1st place in last weekend's AA Volleyball Championship!
KIRO 7 News Meteorologist Claire Anderson took time this week to help our 3rd graders kick off their Climate chapter where they will study local weather patterns to enhance their understanding of weather-related disasters.
Congratulations are in order for both the Villa Speech and Chess Teams after their respective wins over the Thanksgiving holiday.
Thanks to our generous community, the St. Vincents de Paul Van was stocked full of food, diapers and other items to help families in need this Thanksgiving season.
An excellent example of inquiry and project-based learning, students incorporated math, science, writing and technology as they worked in small groups to design and build model houses with working light fixtures and switches.
Under the leadership of parent coaches Grant Kauno and Aaron Nettles, Villa's 6th grade girls soccer team won the CYO Championship this past weekend
Congratulations to 8th grader Nico O., who was chosen to participate in the WMEA Jr. All-State Band
Villa was very happy to welcome Nordstrom to our campus to film a video showcasing their partnership with ShoesThatFit.org, who works to provide brand-new, properly fitting shoes to children in need within our community.
A big part Villa preschool is learning about the world. Our 3-year old Forest Friday students are lucky because we have a forest right on campus!
Both the Concert Band the Wind Ensemble took home trophies in their respective categories; the former placing 1st in the Elementary School Division and the latter placing 2nd in the Middle School Division.
Villa Academy is very proud to send off this year's graduating class as they take the next steps towards their future. After a full week of activities including the Recognition Ceremony, Baccalaureate Mass, and Commencement last evening, they have completed their years at Villa. We wish them the best of luck in their next adventures.
With $127,000 raised for Cafeteria Confidential, this year's Auction Fund-a-Need, work will begin this summer on lunchroom sound mitigation, repainting, new lighting, new tables, and more. We couldn't have done it without you!
Villa community, we hope you like setting records, because you've done it again! You once again showed your power by exceeding this year's VillaNOW goal of $400,000 with proceeds of $410,470! Not only that, you reached 99% parent participation.
Last week, the 8th Grade students finished up their impressive Culminating Project work during the CP Expo and Arts Showcase. This rewarding evening was the culmination of a full academic year’s work on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs).
The Villa Knights Chess Team attended the Washington State Chess Championship recently and the players had a great time competing with students from all over the state.
Over a hundred volunteers, big and small, turned out on a beautiful Saturday last week for Stewardship Day. They weeded, they dug, they prepped garden beds, they liberating shrubs and other native plants from encroaching invasives. They even sawed, drilled and nailed as they made progress on the covered meeting space.
“She wouldn’t play with me at recess today.” “I don’t have anyone to play with.” “He played with someone else today and not with me.” “I never get to choose the game we play at recess.”
The results of Villa's first ever Spelling Bee